DIF – Design can save the world
You Tube Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zfuy_5BUviM
Duncan spoke about his new book “The Re-Use Atlas” as part of The Stage Sessions for The Ellen Macarthur Foundation Yesterday! Click on the play button to watch Duncan’s presentation.
What is the DIF Festival?
The Disruptive Innovation Festival (DIF) is an online, open access event that invites thought-leaders, entrepreneurs, innovators, businesses, makers and learners to explore the question “The economy is changing – what do I need to know, experience and do?”.
The DIF is a devolved event which takes place over a three-week period around the world; coordinated and accessible at thinkdif.co. Over 200 sessions are held across six virtual stages, ranging from the must see thinkers and thought-leading Headliners to the Open Mic stage, composed of self organised contributions from innovative individuals or organisations. In 2016 the DIF takes place from 7-25 November.
Using a mix of online and face to face events, participants have the opportunity to explore the economy through a different lens. Sessions demonstrate how people worldwide are challenging the current ‘take, make and dispose’ economic model.
Alongside the 2016 main themes – System Reset,Regenerative Cities and The Future of Work – broader themes encompassed are; Design Innovation, Systems Thinking, Sharing Economy, Internet of Things, Regenerative Agriculture, Entrepreneurship, New Business Models, Materials and Energy and 21stCentury Science.
To find out more information on the presentations today and more information on the festival click here.